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Two "systems" come into stark contrast as HW wraps up his appeal. There is the "Old," with its endless array of priests offering their endless parade of useless sacrifices, on the one hand. Then, on the other hand, there is the one-and-done... more

This chapter begins with "for"; that's gotta mean something! A new and living way, cleansing of the heavenly things, eternal redemption and high-priestly emergence unto salvation—all concepts from chapter 9—had to take place... more

We continue our study on the body of Philippians 3, showng the parallels in Romans 8 and other New Testament texts. Many believe the "body of the humiliation of us" is the physical body of man. Contextual parameters suggesting... more

The route taken by our High Priest into the MHP was definitely different! It WASN'T through the hand-made holy place (like all the previous high priests). And, it wasn't with non-human blood. Instead, He used his own blood and went... more

Join us for a study of the resurrection body taught in Philippians 3:21

One deeply intriguing aspect of Heb. 9 is the way it opens up some of the details of the divine worship of that first covenant to show that the items of furniture and the priestly practices had more profound meaning than appears on the... more

The Body In Philippians 3

A new covenant with BETTER promises and a SUPERIOR Mediator: Israel's constant and persistant disobedience proved the need for it. Why else would Jeremish have promised such? (Though he wasn't the only one to do so; much... more

Today we continue the exciting study on the resurrection in Philippians 3, which discusses the body of the humiliation of us, more commonly understood as the resurrection of our vile body based on the KJV text. For many this is understood... more

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